coodentbedidi.gq/map5.php Also, it has not been interpreted to mean that if the student failed geometry, they must re-take geometry in the summer or even another math class for that matter. We are addressing number of failures and classes In your opinion, are these students eligible to compete in extra-curricular activities? You can find the added definition for full-time student on p. The student transferring to our school passed all of his classes for the second semester, but had failing grades for two of the classes in the fourth quarter.
Which grades take precedence for academic eligibility, the second semester grades or the fourth quarter grades? That's the school's "call". Our only stipulation is that whatever you use to determine academic eligibility it is the "standard" and is used all of the time and by all sport participants.
Not using the quarter grades for "this student or team" and the semester grade for the other student or team. If there is a trend, it might be to look at the quarter grades for sport eligibility. If eligibility is a "privilege" then some feel that maintaining that privilege is an earn as you go proposition, and that the quarter grade is the most accurate reflection of what the "student's doing now" in order to preserve the privilege of access to sport competition. In this situation the discussion revolves around whether to use semester grades or quarter grades, when a student is transferring, the "receiving school's" academic policy is applied regarding semester or quarter grade usage.
But always apply the sending code for the determination of ineligibility. If the sending school is one failing grade and one quarter of ineligibility while your code is two failing grades and 15 scheduled school days of ineligibility, use the sending school's one failing grade and one quarter of ineligibility. In cases where there is a code of conduct issue lingering, the sending school's code applies. That's the code the student knew and "signed on to. They were members of a program and WIAA eligible.
This year as juniors they returned and were not part of a program and, therefore, not WIAA eligible. If they return next year as seniors would they be eligible to participate? I am reading the rule stating that after one year of ineligibility students become eligible if attendance is continuous.
Handbook, p. See the Rules at a Glance. The WIAA recognizes a distinction between training and competing. Students must pay their own expenses, including transportation, to any nonschool out-of-season camps, clinics, or specialized training. Schools may pay expenses and provide transportation to similar in-season activities in that sport and during unrestricted contact days in the summer. This may include transportation, food, lodging and entry fees. A school may not become involved financially, through transportation or any other way in a student's nonschool participation outside the sport season and the five Board of Control approved unrestricted contact days in the summer.
BL — Art. II, RE — Art. IV and Art. VI Note: Funds kept in school activity accounts are considered school funds. The only time camps may be paid for athletes is during the five unrestricted contact days and it must be available to any and all interested students. A: Coaches may not coach their athletes outside of the season.
If your coaches work a non-school camp during the school year, their athletes could not work the same camp. Note, schools may not conduct camps during the school year out of season. See the following on the Rules at a Glance: C. So long as participation is voluntary and available to all interested students: 1. There shall be no restrictions upon schools, school teams and school coaches grades relative to assembling in the summertime, for up to 5 days, which do not need to be consecutive. Unrestricted contact days must conclude no later than July A school may conduct a clinic for students in grades 8 and below, where high school varsity and junior varsity coaches may use some or all of their high school athletes as clinicians.
This may be done for a maximum of six days during the summer when school is not in session and must conclude no later than July Clinics not utilizing athletes as clinicians may be conducted throughout the summer up to the start of school. School facilities may be used for nonschool programs, according to board of education policy, which can result in clinics being conducted, outside the season, by nonschool groups.
The nonschool group must request the facilities from the board of education or governing board, through normal procedures and are encouraged to provide their own insurance protection.
II and RE — Art. VI, Sect. Can a girl from the neighboring district participate in a volleyball camp sponsored by our coach and intended for our district girls? Can our coach restrict it to only our girls, or can she promote it with other schools if she wants? How would any of these scenarios affect the contact days allowed for our coach? It must be voluntary and not mandatory. Coaching restrictions apply. Camps during the five unrestricted days may take place after the last day of school and before July Schools may provide transportation, instruction, etc.
Outside of the five unrestricted days, coaches may not coach athletes they will coach the next season. Schools may not conduct camps during the school year. If a reduced price is offered it must be provided to all participants. The only way for booster club funds to be used is to gift them to the school and the school to use booster gifts during the five unrestricted days. High school students may work a lower level camp as a clinician, but the camps may not be longer than six days and must be completed before July However, Captains' practices are not allowed during the school year.
I am thinking of having my team attend a team camp in Green Bay, and while I know I cannot pay for their entry fee to the team camp, I am wondering if I can pay for the lodging at a hotel. Then that and other school funds could be used to provide camp opportunity for - ALL - interested students.
If the camp were not part of your unrestricted contact days, the answer would be "No. Students must pay their own expenses, including transportation to any non-school out-of-season camps. Logistics could be accommodated by having students cover their own cost for the bus transportation. If they wished to ride bus.
All interested students could travel by bus if they desired, but would need to cover their own bus ticket costs to camp in this scenario. We are a non-profit association organized to promote the sport of wrestling for ages pre-K - high school. Are we able to reimburse the athlete for their expenses to attend a summer camp held off-site from school? Actually to be held at another school district I've read under summer reminders at the Web site Also, what if the club is hosting a fundraiser event such as a car wash or brat fry - are the athletes able to split those profits and pay for their camp fees with that money?
Competition would include meets or tournaments. Training would include practice, camps, or clinics. Schools may pay expenses and provide transportation to similar in-season activities in that sport and during unrestricted contact days in the sum- mer. The WIAA members have stated in the Rules of Eligibility page 38 Article VI, Section 2, 5, that any fees for entrance to the clinic must be paid for by the students or parents in order to not affect the amateur status of any participants.
We have a few parents that would like to do a fundraiser to raise some money to offset the cost of the camp. There are nine girls that are looking to go to a camp this summer and it is quite expensive. A few of the parents thought that if they were to do a fundraiser, they could help offset the cost for some of the families. Would this be a violation of amateur status?
If it is during your unrestricted five days, then the money could be gifted to the school and used during that time. Also, we do a fundraiser every year, can I use some of that money so a kid could go to a camp? See III- F of attached. Similarly, if my softball coach wants to send her team to a clinic is this something she can pay for out of her activities account?
The girls fundraise through working concession stands and I just wanted to double check to make sure that this is an appropriate way to pay for this team clinic. School monies can be used. If not a part of the unrestricted days, then — no; kids would need to pay their own way. This camp would be held before the start of the high school season and would be for players in elementary and middle school. There are a number of caveats. Schools may not sponsor camps or clinics except in the summer. Students could be present and — volunteer - to assist parents — so long as school coaches were not present.
School coaches could assist parents — but not when their HS team players are present. She knows she can not coach in the camp and another person would be in charge of the camp.
Is there any restrictions with this request? There are caveats. Keep in mind that the time period your coach has identified as a desirable period for a camp is both outside the actual school season and outside the unrestricted contact dates. Bylaws do identify that school facilities can be used by non-school groups in accordance with school district policies Art. Additionally, the Rules of Eligibility Art. Some of the previous response can also be found at least partially addressed in the Rules At A Glance, Art. II, C and A, especially. Will high school girls be in any kind of violation if they choose to attend such a camp?
There were two significant caveats contained in my response: First, students must cover their own expenses to camps and clinics at this time of year.. I know that I as a coach nor the school is allowed to pay but are there any restrictions from an outside source such as a booster club paying for players to go to camp? Or does this infringe on a "sponsor" so to speak in that it would look like someone is sponsoring players to attend camp? The school would typically make an announcement to notify all interested 'girls' who might want to have access to a camp opportunity. Does it have to be the whole grade invited, or can a select group of students be targeted?
Or in other words, do the rules prohibiting the singling out of high school students for school enrollment apply to middle school students? Example 1: A parochial middle school volleyball team is invited to the local public high school to observe and participate in a session with the high school volleyball team?
Example 2: An entire 8th grade from a parochial middle school is invited to an open house during the school day at the private high school? But at this time of year — a member school can not sponsor a 'clinic". If this camp is held prior to the start of the school season, then the answer would be no. The school, then in turn — could "send their whole team to camp" if they chose. Rules of Eligibility text; Art. VI, Section 2C-5note Sr.
High Handbook p. The money is located in a school activity account. For days outside those designated, 'no. Do I need to do this prior to Aug. Lastly, if I can utilize the high schoolers at the camp, can I do this after Aug. You can use your HS athletes as clinicians BUT - if you wish to use your athletes as clinicians the camp must conclude no later then July Is there anything in the WIAA Handbook that prohibits a high school team from practicing with another high school team during those contact days?
And so long as involve- ment is voluntary and available to any interested students, you could work with another school. Can the school provide transportation? If not a part of those contact days, no. If not within the allowed contact days the students would need to buy a ticket. This summer, one of our volunteer coaches is thinking about holding a basketball camp for grades in his hometown of Y. He asked if I wanted to help out.
The camp would be open to all of the surrounding schools. First, "JV and varsity coaches are allowed to have contact with students until they actually enter 9th grade. I Second, if your camp took place between the end of school and July 31, AND you counted the camp as part of your five unrestricted contact days, you could coach your own players. If NOT part of your unrestricted days, neither you or the volunteer could have coaching contact with players you will coach next season.
We have about 30 kids going for a four-day camp. This is not part of our schools approved contact days. The boosters felt this would help solve logistics for a lot of parents having to transport kids. Logistics could be accommo- dated by having students cover their own cost for the bus transportation.. Due to the weather it was postponed until March Since the HS softball season has already begun can our players still attend the camp? ROE Art. Coaches would instruct with the players helping with various drills.
They are planning to use the high school gyms. As the varsity coach, can I work this camp? Are there any other things at I should be aware of?
Reel mowers are small lawnmowers, which Read Article. A nice addition you may want to consider taking advantage of is the page for services offered. Focusing on those manners that help build respectful speaking and listening, like not speaking with your mouth full or not talking over anyone, seem like a good place to start. Please let me know if they can run on the store team for this event without making them ineligible for the track season. We want to ask our players to help out at the camp s which are for 1st-8th graders.
As you will see in Article I of the Rules At A Glance "JV and varsity coaches are able to have contact with students until they actually enter 9th grade. However, during the school year, you are not able to have any coaching contact with stu- dents who are already in 9thth grade - except during the actual school season Mar. The local tribal council wanting to give money for camps to tribal member athletes open to any tribal member. Character Ed. Would either of these be allowed? What if money was given to family and parent wrote the check? Not allowed. There is always the peril - when something comes to light later on and is painted in most evil of descriptions - that what seemed to be 'creative' compliance' is actually considered to be circumvention and not compliance at all.
This sort of tidbit usually creeps up the 'morning of the tournament contest', unfortunately. If a student can't afford the camp, find them a legitimate job and pay them.. As described, an amateur status violation; career ending. Acceptable alternative: Donate what's needed to the school. School then owns and issues. Can he transport other kids that are going?
Not if HS kids. See Rules at a Glance, Art. I would like to have an outside organization conduct the camp this summer for my girls. We are not the most affluent of towns and money is short for most of my players. Having a camp run here of this nature would get a bit expensive for the majority of my players. I was approached by a member of our booster club with an offer to donate some money towards the camp to offset the cost for the athletes attending. The camp is open to all girls in our school so it would be a gender specific camp. Is this a permissible donation that would not violate any rules.
The money that they would donate would go directly to the camp coaches and then the cost for the athletes would be figured out after that depending on the number attending. Please advise on this situation and ask any questions you may have of me as soon as you can. Each student still covers their own costs of the camp, what ever they turn out to be. Be certain it is the same cost for all who attend. As the varsity coach can I work this camp?
I get a lot of questions about this. You're going about it the proper way. However, during the school year, you are not able to have any coaching contact with students who are already in 9thth grade - except during the actual school season Mar. Is it OK for a soccer team to gather players for open gym prior to the regular season and have "captains practices" during the open gym? My understanding is that the coaches are only supervising, but the team captains for the upcoming season are running their teammates through drills and activities?
Is it acceptable to have players running practices at open gyms if the coaches are only supervising? Captain's practices are permitted in the summer; not during the school year. Please see II-A and D of attached. These clinics would be conducted by members of the X high school baseball coaching staff. No high school athletes will be involved in coaching these students. Is there any problem with our coaches conducting this clinic? Bylaws Article II p. Not during school year.
Am I correct in telling our coaches they can't be a part of the clinic? Can our coach set up the camp? Registration, facility usage, etc A. The opportunity - like when any other non-school provider like the YMCA creates programming - ought to be made known and available to any age appropriate students in the area interested in attending.
To limit it to your school's prospective soccer players - is simply beginning the soccer season a week early. See Handbook, p. Also see: Handbook, p. Regarding your coaches, they may not be involved, at least in so far as having any coaching contact with your school's soccer players. The fundamental rule is that outside of the five unrestricted days - coaches may not have coaching contact with students they will be coaching in the next school season.
JV and varsity coaches can have contact with students until they actually enter 9th grade. Then, utilize recent grads and other 'summer' coaches who will not be coaching during the school season Coaches from A work with students from B, C, D. Coaches from B work with students from A, C, D, and etc. School resources, personnel, mail, staff, etc. High school A's soccer team has arranged for a July camp voluntary basis with a noncoach camp director. High school B from another city is using the same camp director for its camp.
A and B would like to scrimmage each other as part of the camp scheduled activities. In all schools, there will be no high school coach involved in either camp training or scrimmages. Is this structure acceptable under WIAA guidelines? Coaches from each school could be involved ST-C, etc. While she has a valid physical for the upcoming school year, she is academically ineligible for the upcoming season until the student has met the required days of ineligibility.
The student is not at a school where ineligibility can be erased through summer school grades. Is she eligible for summer contact sessions with the coach? The practice sessions are occurring at the school under the direct supervision of the coach. A student who is academically not eligible to compete may be allowed to practice. However, an athlete may receive reimbursement or have paid for them by a booster group their entry fee into a summer league or team tournament. Am I correct in my interpretation and understanding? Also, would the discipline action be any different if it was an individual as opposed to a team that incurred an infraction?
The unrestricted days in the summer can be looked upon almost as a "mini-school season. Then the "school" could cover the costs for a camp opportunity - so long as it was available to every kid in school who wished to attend.
Same as no student may be denied access to your other school based offerings. I always discourage - ever giving cash or a check to a stu- dent. Not that it would be a violation when it's reimbursement for competition expenses Who's going to pay for "my daughter's" sum- mer league fees? Is this a violation of their eligibility? All of the players are being allowed to attend free of charge complements of a company, as I understand it, owned by either a parent or grandparent of an incoming freshmen player. Two of our football staff coaches are being asked by the Donald Driver people to work the camp.
Thank you for any help you can give me to clar- ify whether this is a legal possibility for our football players. If school is still in-session, coach contact restrictions must be observed. Use caution with the camp fees - A "free camp" opportunity would be acceptable so long as it is advertised as a "free camp" and so long as it is a free camp to all kids who come from all over your region not just free for your students. Otherwise, with respect to "camps, clinics, special training" See ROE , Art.
Coaching restrictions are in effect during the school year. If you are still in school and your coaches work, be certain they understand they can not work with your own student athletes. If you are completely done with your school year and you wish to use this as your unrestricted contact days, your coaches may be involved.
Can be the biggest problem in summer and non-school competition. If the camp is part of the five unrestricted days which can be school sponsored - the "school" may sponsor the opportunity for all interested students. Boosters can always "gift" the school We want to ask our players to help out at the camp s which are for 1st-8th graders.
Even though the camps start before our season, we feel it is important for our older players to bond with the younger kids in the community and be mentors. High school students at our school are asked to perform 40 hours of community service during their high school stay. Working these camps would allow them to earn community service hours. Is this permissible? We run the camps through Community Education. That's when you may use your athletes as clinicians. Bylaws, Article II, Section 1 and 2 - most relevant.
You can probably find it on our website, too. Under the Regulations icon - camps and clinics. The two most recent ones were in the Dec. Who is sponsoring the camps in March? Who are they for? Who is coaching? If a boost- er, parent or civic organization is sponsoring a "youth" league camp outside the school season, then cer- tainly your school's coaches can volunteer to assist the sponsoring group. So can high school students and players. However, outside of the season, players and their coaches ought not to be present at the same time that instruction is taking place.
They will be exceedingly vulnerable. Best time for non school interests to provide these sorts of opportunities for youth teams is early in the HS season. Then, even though a mem- ber school still can't sponsor, at least the coaching contact issue does not need to be a concern. Can school teams sponsor these types of youth clinics during the high school season or is it limited to the summer? If an outside group Kiwanis, Rotary would like to sponsor a clinic during the high school season for students in grade 8 and below, can a school team players and coaches serve as instructors at the clinic?
Can registration fees be "gifted" back to the school program by the sponsor? Best time for this is sometime during the school season - when players might volunteer to help and coaches can have coaching contact with their players. My staff and I are running several softball clinics in February for our local youth league as a fundraiser. We are having three different age group clinics and are expecting over girls total.
Can my high school players be present at the youth clinics? The sort of opportunity you are planning can be accomplished within WIAA rules quite easily - when the boosters, Lions or other nonschool organization sponsor this sort of opportunity And, when current school players might be involved, keep school coaches out of the immediate picture.
I will reiterate, the best time for this sort of thing is early in the school season. Can our high school players vol- unteer to work it? But, In order to accomplish this within the rules, the opportunity must be sponsored by a nonschool entity. So, assuming the activity is sponsored by city rec.
Best friendly advice: 1 If the players are present, school coaches should not be. It's still well ahead of when most youth teams are able to get on the outside fields. It's in regards to a team volleyball camp that I run in the summer. This year I am running a team challenge camp that is both instructional and has different types of challenges included in the four days they are here on campus.
Asics has agreed to provide uniforms to the team that wins the team challenge. Here's the question Is this legal to do from the WIAA perspective? I think there is a dollar amount that each student athlete can receive in camps but I'm not sure what that amount is.
Also, is the amount based on retail cost or what the actually cost of the item is to the company? The camp would be a challenge camp that included physical, intellectual, and emotional challenges. The athlete would only receive a medal; the school receives from Asics a set of uniforms. Our membership does not have a "dollar amount" allowance. A video rental coupon and a liter of soda and a slice of pizza A member school can certainly accept gifts.
The best way to direct the uniforms would be to have a random draw of names of all the schools represented by attendees. For example, we do not allow the dollar scholarship given to the school, etc. The random draw is fairly well estab- lished in precedent for something like this.
It would address the number of shots and where. I could envision a variety of other informational materials, again the nature of which would be entirely appropriate on gym walls or available to students as resources in the library, which might accomplish your objectives and not raise an eyebrow. I consider them to be among the most clear text we have. Do we need to run it through an organization? We will charge 20 dollars or so for t-shirts and go for about four or five days in June.
Is it appropriate to offer scholarships to those who need help to take indoor tennis lessons, to attend a summer camp, to travel to participate in a tournament? When it comes to specialized training, camps, clinics, etc. When it comes to competition, playing a game, competing in a tournament, a student can be reimbursed actual and necessary costs, including entry fees, travel, lodging, food.
What are the rules here? Simple answer is "no. Would it be legal to subsidize the program as a whole with either sports camp funds or an all school walkathon? There is an acceptable perspective, that so long as the "camp" is the "same" for all interested, that's ok, too. Either everyone inter- ested in attending can attend for free, or everyone interested in attending may attend at a reduced fee.
Lastly, You mention "sport camps funds. For example; some of our football players will be par- ticipating in a UW summer passing league.
Summer passing leagues have been viewed in much the same light as summer basketball leagues, i. There is another dimension of this to keep in mind however. Amateur status pro- visions do not allow an athlete to receive "benefit" as a result of their athletic achievement, potential or performance. Thus, if the boosters wish to pay for summer league, they need to pay for summer league for any student interested in attending. It's not a problem to pay the summer league fees.
It's when this happens that amateur status concerns arise. Lastly keep in mind that students still need cover percent of costs associated with camps, clinics specialized training.
They would not be work- ing with high school coaches, theirs or other teams. School athletes and other students could volunteer to demonstrate in this sort of clin- ic but could not be coached by the person who will be coaching them in the upcoming school season. Can our high school kids come and help out and get community service hours? Are they allowed to be on the ice with us if we are teaching mites and squirts how to skate?
I would say no, but we have a service leadership clause where every student needs to do 20 hours service during each year. Coaches and players are not allowed to have coaching contact, except during the season. This would not be a good community service event for your stu- dents, unless your school coaches had no presence or part of the youth hockey clinic while school players were present.
Some of the players in our program volunteer to assist at these camps. Is it a violation of any rule to pay these players for their time? They are players from all three levels. I know it is a violation to offer any incentive for summer participation for their teams. Would pay- ing the players for helping out at grade school camps be an incentive to participate? I have always been under the impression that we could not pay the players.
They may be compensated for working as a camp clinician. Any of these sorts of strategies will help prevent the blind allegations of inappropriate or excessive pay or inducement. Is this ok? Are we, as coaches able to watch the camp off to the side without talking with the girls? There are no restrictions on students voluntarily assembling in the summer time, without school or coach involvement.
Your school coaches could not have coaching contact with them at the camp, under any circumstances, after July 31 and before the start of the actual school season.
Coaches can watch off to the side if they choose. It can sometimes lead to assert- ing that's how a coach "required" the kids to attend. But, rules would not prevent a coach from going to observe. We had grades participate and did not limit our athletes to just our school's students but that is the only students that attended.
My concern or prob- lem is how to sponsor the camp for liability reason without involving the school district? It is my understand- ing that the school cannot sponsor the camp in any way? Can it be sponsored by a student activity club so that the campers are covered by the district's liability insurance? Either a nonschool group like the village fire dept. Some of these organizations will already have their own insurance. Otherwise the campers need to be charged a modest fee in order to allow the sponsor to pur- chase short term liability protection for the camp, if that's required by the district.
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